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Arrests. --The following were locked up in the cage yesterday for examination before the Recorder this morning: Francis O'Brien for being drunk and disorderly in the street and acting as a policeman, and John Beatty, for assaulting and beating Mary Tracy in her own house.
nness was arraigned before the Mayer for confiscating to his own use $25 belonging to Robert Magill. The deed being unauthorized by any recent act of Congress or the Legislature, McGinness was sent to jail to be tried before the Hustings Court. --Godfrey Roberts, free negro, arrested on suspicion, having been found in possession of two passes and a sword, was acquitted.--Francis T. O'Brien, arrested for attempting to play policeman while corned, on Sunday, was admonished and discharged. John Beatty was acquitted of the charge of assaulting and beating Mary Tracy in her own house.--Jefferson H. Delks was committed for examination for cutting Elias Vanderlip with a knife.--Major Wilcox was fined $15 for huckstering; Pat Sweeny $10 for ditto; Martin Eagan $5 for ditto. --Alexander Hansbury was fined $5 for violating the health ordinance.--Mrs Gill was committed in default of surety for assaulting a child of James Morris, by throwing a brick at it.--Paris McIlhaney, arraigned for secret
ents furnished by the Chicago Board of Trade, and Mendenhall and Gunther, with their regular artillery, and the troops led by General Wood, comprising some of the finest in the service, and the three famous brigades belonging to the old Third division. The Ninth, the Seventeenth and the Regulars, which the daring valor of Rosecrans, assisted by the unflinching courage of Colonel Scribner, of the Thirty-eighth Indians, commanding the Ninth Brigade, and by the splendid abilities of Colonel John Beatty; of the Third Ohio, commanding the Seventeenth, had extricated from the woods, into which they had been sent to check the progress of the enemy, in a comparatively unbroken and undemoralized condition, a result which to one who knows something of the nature of that fearful combat in the woods seems little short of miraculous. Other illustrious corps were there also, whose patriotism and courage I should be glad, even at this early day to celebrate, if one individual could have kn
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